Byteman 1.3.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : LGPL - GNU Lesser General Public License
CreatedCreated : Aug 27, 2010
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It uses a technique called fault injection.<br ...

It uses a technique called fault inject.
byteman by Red Hat Middleware LLC's scripting language is based on Java, using a formalism called Event Condition Action rules to specify where, whether and what side effects should be executed during a test run. This allows Byteman 1.3.0 rules to be powerful and expressive without sacrificing structure, clarity and ease of use.
Byteman [byteman1.3.0.exe] works by inserting script side effects into application code, Test scripts may include actions which create and propagate conditions appropriate to the test scenario.
Demands:
• JDK 6 or higher
News in the current Byteman - 0MB version:
Feature Requests:
• Provide rule bindings for a method parameters array and a method parameter count
• Allow access to stack content in AT INVOKE rules
• Add call stack util methods to default helper
• Provide lifecycle management for rules/helper
• Contribute dtest prototype
• Can locations which take a count also take keyword ALL
• Provide -p flag to Byteman 1.3.0check script allowing packages for rule classes to be specified
• It should be possible to redefine the default helper per script
Bugs:
• Compiler fails to call toString to convert a Numeric object type to a String
• AT ENTRY rules are being executed in reverse order of presentation contrary to spec
• StringLiteral TypeCheck is not throwing an error if it is passed an incompatible expected type
• Local var frame management in generator adapter is failing to account for some local vars
• Transformer is allowing injection to be attempted on native methods
• AT ENTRY rules injected into methods starting with a while loop can end up inside the while
• Open monitor enter propagation algorithm in CFG is broken
• Type checker fails to allow boxed primitive types to be employed where a super type is expected
• NumericLiteral typecheck is not allowing numeric literal to appear where an object is expected
• Setting the helper in one rule leaves it set for later rules
• Submit is no longer respecting script ordering
Tasks:
• Upgrade junit to 4. 8. 2

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